CHICAGO — Indianapolis is set to come to market in the next few weeks with $58 million of water bonds even as it enters the final stages of selling its system to a nonprofit private utility.

The city is waiting for an Indiana regulatory body to green-light a high-profile $1.9 billion plan to sell Indianapolis’ water and sewer systems to Citizens Energy Group, a nonprofit trust that currently runs the city’s gas utility.

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